|Desktop Video 1990|
Today we take for granted the fact that we can watch video on our computers, but in the early 1990s, that was a big innovation. This program looks at early examples of desktop video on the Amiga, the Mac, and the IBM PC. Demonstrations include the Amiga 2500, the Amiga video authoring system, the Pionner LaserDisk player, MacroMind's Director 2.0 for the Mac IIx, the Avid/1 Media Composer, the DVA-4000 video controller from VideoLogic, and the use of desktop video at the NASA Ames research cente...
Keywords: amiga; macromedia; director; avid; videologic; macromind
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|Building Your Web Site|
As the Internet became a standard for business and personal communication, everyone had to have a web site. This program looks at some of the tools available in the late nineties for creating your own web site and some of the key issues facing web site designers. Products covered include Backstage Internet Studio from Macromedia; WebImage and I Spy from Group 42, V*Realm Builder from Integrated Data Systems, and Cosmo Player...
Keywords: macromedia; atomic vision; web desing; VRML
|Creating Your Own Website|
We tell you the tools and the software needed so you can claim your spot on the Internet. From importing pictures to your site to advertising to help pay for your site and tell you all about it. [Episode #1907, First broadcast: 2/27/2001]
Keywords: Episode year: 2001; Companies: Macromedia; Companies: Adobe
|Multimedia - Arabic|
Arabic subtitled version of this program. The advent of faster processors and digital storage drove the new field called Multimedia. Examples demonstrated in this program include The San Diego Zoo from Software Toolworks, Macromedia Action!, XPLORA 1: Peter Gabriel's Secret World, TuneLand from 7th Level, Microsoft's Cinemania, Small Blue Planet from Now What Software, Wrath of the Gods from Luminaria, a new portable CD-ROM player from Media Vision, Quicktime 2.0, Adobe Premiere, and VideoFusion...
Keywords: multimedia; arabic; peter gabriel; adobe premiere; gina smith' macromedia; bud colligan